Very nice stuff indeed. Sweet flowers on the nose, with stones and a hint of young oak present in the background. Good crispy lemon and nuts on the palate. A bit fleshy and big on the end, with some sweetness present in the citrus fruit, something that will level out with some more cellar time I believe. Overall a very good Chassagne premier with good potential. Still needs a bit more time imo, will gain from cellaring, but very enjoyable already.
Light straw yellow. Nose caramel, acacia blossoms, a little bit of citrus but not dominating, toast, butter, roasted hazelnuts, fine acidity. On the palate balanced, fine acidity well integrated, caramel, butter and toast again, citrus. Fine long asting finish. Again 91 points.
Straw yellow. Fine nose of lemon, a little bit of toast but not dominating, acacia blossoms, fennel seeds, butter. On the palate very fresh and fine, similar flavors like in the nose, medium bodied finish. More complex flavors in the finish will develop probably with time. For me 90-91 at the moment.
As much as I enjoyed a regular PM, this cuvee offers even more complexity and power. There is a an underlying notes of minerality and woodiness that hint of riesling melded with a ripe but restrained and balanced chardonnay. Should age nicely, but is terrific now. A
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